Monthly Archives: March 2015

Extremaduran Cuisine – A Walk in the Pork

  This is the third in my series on regional Spanish cookery. We’ll stop after this one for a bit and look at something else over the next few weeks, but I may return to the culinary theme at a

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Taste That Basques

Inspired by the last blog on Andalucian food, I’ve embarked on a series of posts looking at the regional variations in Spanish cookery. I was going to write ‘cuisine’, but then I remembered that’s French rather than Spanish!    

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Seafood and Eat It – the Cuisine of Andalucia

Consider the part of the world you live in, its climate, its soil, its proximity to the sea. Consider the races and peoples who have dwelt there throughout history. Now consider your diet, and how influenced it is by your

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A lot (more) bull

…we are looking at one of the most iconic symbols of Spain, the Osborne bull. If you have been in Spain on holiday, you almost certainly have seen one of these famous silhouettes, standing proudly on hillsides and near major

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